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Papyrus is an open source project to provide an integrated environment for editing UML and SysML models. Specially, this project provides the glue around valuable UML and SysML diagram editors (GMF-based or not) and other MDE tools. It also offers support for UML and SysML profiling mechanisms.

You can explore Papyrus's galaxy here


Papyrus Ecosystems

Informations about Papyrus relatives components are available here

Road Map and Tasks

Last news

  • Papyrus 5.2 (Eclipse 2021-09) is available!
  • Integration problem

Due to XWT integration issues, we were unable to post on time on the 2021-12 eclipse stream. However, we are going to carry out the RCP and update site in the coming weeks.

Current tasks

  • We are improving customization tools to be able validate customization models of the property view
  • We are adding new 3 diagrams implantation (class, state machine, sequence) based on Sirius technologies. To benefit of these diagrams, a module like relatives should be chosen.

About Releases (6.X)

About Releases (5.X)

About Releases (4.X)


The project committers are:

  • Ansgar Radermacher (CEA)
  • Camille Letavernier (EclipseSource)
  • Christian W. Damus (independant)
  • Florian Noyrit (CEA)
  • Jeremie Tatibouet (CEA)
  • Patrick Tessier (CEA)
  • Pauline Deville (CEA)
  • Quentin Le Menez (CEA)
  • Remi Schnekenburger (EclipseSource)
  • Shuai Li (CEA)
  • Vincent Lorenzo (CEA)

Committers Emeritus:

  • Arnaud Cuccuru (CEA)
  • Arthur Daussy (ATOS)
  • Benoit Maggi (independant)
  • Cedric Dumoulin (LIFL)
  • Chokri Mraidha (CEA)
  • Juan Cadavid (CEA)
  • Mickael Adam (All4Tec)
  • Nicolas Fauvergue (independant)
  • Raphael Faudou (Samares)
  • Saadia Dhouib (CEA)
  • Sebastien Gerard (CEA – Project lead)
  • Tristan Faure (independant)


You can browse the Papyrus git repositories at

Any issue should be reported using Bugzilla.

You may also contact the team using forums or mailing list:

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